Abandonware DOS title

The best multi-directional scroller games

A multi-directional scroller is a video game in which the action is shown in a top-down or isometric perspective and the player can scroll the screen in any direction (vertical, horizontal, diagonal).
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Legend of the Silver Talisman

DOS1996freeware3.9/5 Inter-Active Arts
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A Nightmare on Elm street

DOS19893.9/5 Westwood Studios
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Boulder Dash Construction Kit

DOS19873.9/5 First Star Software
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Mad Paradox

DOS1994NSFW3.9/5 Queen Soft
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Solar Winds 2: Galaxy

DOS19933.9/5 Stone Interactive Media
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The Faery Tale Adventure: Book I

DOS19873.8/5 MicroIllusions
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NetHack - Falcon's Eye

Windows XP/98/952001freeware3.8/5
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Command & Conquer: Sole Survivor

Windows XP/98/9519973.8/5 Westwood Studios
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Daemonsgate

Windows XP/98/95DOSLinuxMac1993protected3.8/5 Imagitec Design
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Al-Qadim: The Genie's Curse

DOS1994protected3.8/5 Cyberlore studios
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Rescue Rover

DOS1991protected3.8/5 id software
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Satan

DOS19893.8/5 Dinamic Multimedia
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Superfrog

DOS1994protected3.8/5 Team 17
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The Magic Candle 2: The Four and Forty

DOS19913.8/5 Mindcraft Software
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Aspar GP Master

DOS19893.8/5 Dinamic Multimedia
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Traffic department 2192

DOS1994freeware3.8/5 P Squared
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Football Glory

DOS1995freeware3.8/5 Croteam
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Boulder Dash

DOS19843.7/5 First Star Software
Boulder Dash is a classic action-puzzle video game that was first released in 1984 by First Star Software. In Boulder Dash, players control a character named Rockford as he digs through caves to collect diamonds while avoiding falling boulders and other hazards. The game is set in a scrolling, grid-based environment, and players must strategic...
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Marble Madness

DOS19873.7/5 Atari
Marble Madness is an abandoned isometric action game designed by Mark Cerny and originally published by Atari as a successful and iconic arcade game. It was later converted for many platform in 1986 and for IBM PCs in 1987 by Atari.
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Sensible World of Soccer 96/97

DOS1996protected3.7/5 Sensible Software
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Afterlife

DOSWindows XP/98/95LinuxMac1996protected3.7/5 LucasArts
Afterlife is a simulation strategy game developed and published by LucasArts. It was released in 1996 for Microsoft Windows and later made available on other platforms. The game was designed by Michael Stemmle and was known for its unique take on the simulation genre.Afterlife puts players in the role of a semi-divine being responsible for developi...
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Dusk of the Gods

DOS19913.7/5 Event Horizon
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Operation: Inner Space

Windows 3.x1994protecteddemo3.7/5 Software Dynamics
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Inner Worlds

DOSLinux19963.6/5 Sleepless Software
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Alien Breed

DOS1993protected3.6/5 Team 17
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Dinopark Tycoon

DOS19933.6/5 Manley Associates
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Cloud Kingdoms

DOS19903.6/5 Logotron
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Deadly Racer

DOS19943.6/5
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Demon Stalkers

DOS19893.6/5 Micro Forté
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Battle Master

DOS19913.5/5 Personal Software Services
Battle Master is a fantasy themed abandoned action-strategy game hybrid (with real-time tactics elements) developed by Personal Software Services. Battle Master was released by Mirrorsoft in 1991 for DOS, Amiga and Atari ST and Genesis.